Retail Sales Tax…What’s Taxable in Virginia?

By Terry Barrett, CPA, Tax Senior Manager

Retail Sales Tax…What’s Taxable in Virginia?

We are pleased to share Terry Barrett’s feature article in the November/December issue of VSCPA‘s Disclosures Magazine, “Retail Sales Tax…What’s taxable in Virginia?


“Tax practitioners tend to focus on their clients’ income tax issues. However, businesses these days find they are spending more and more time on sales tax, particularly if they are operating in multiple states. Forty-five states, including Virginia and the District of Columbia, impose some form of retail sales and use tax, and the rules are generally different from state to state.

In addition, some local jurisdictions impose and administer their own sales and use tax.  The local rules may not necessarily be the same as the state rules. Thus, compliance can be complicated for those operating in multiple states; however, operating only in Virginia can have its own complications…”  Access full article. 


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Terry Barrett

Terry Barrett, CPA, Tax Senior Manager

Terry Barrett specializes in state and local tax concerns for her clients. She has over 30 years of experience working in the public and private accounting sector. She is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University.

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